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Wipro Ltd and Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd, Cult tries to differentiate itself from traditional gymnasiums by offering fitness training in the..."/>
CureFit acquires controlling stake in Cult for $3 million [Mint, New Delhi]
India PC shipments fall 2.2% in Q2 [Mint, New Delhi]
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd and Wipro Ltd, to clients seeing a significant drop in the last two years, even as they continue to repose faith in Infosys Ltd.. A Mint analysis of over 60 analyst recommendations on the..."/>
Brokerages lower growth outlook for IT sector [Mint, New Delhi]
Amazon set to expand private-label offerings [Mint, New Delhi]
SAP SE is investing in a Baltimore-based startup that takes flavor "fingerprints" of people and food with technology initially developed at McCormick& Co.. SAP said Wednesday it will invest an undisclosed amount in Vivanda, founded in December 2014 by a former executive of the Hunt Valley-based spice maker. The company's FlavorPrint technology analyzes millions of data points to match people and foods for customers in the food and beverage..."/>
Baltimore food technology startup gets boost from German software company SAP [The Baltimore Sun]
Stratasys Ltd. unveiled new technologies and partnerships with heavyweights Siemens, Boeing and Ford Motor Co. in a move that could accelerate the 3- D printer's prominence in lightweight auto and aerospace parts manufacturing, company officials said. Stratasys CEO Ilan Levin told investors and trade writers from eight countries Tuesday at the Crowne Plaza Bloomington that from now on Stratasys would rely on partnerships with industrial customers to help solve..."/>
Stratasys partners with Boeing, Siemens and Ford on new 3-D printing technologies [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Oracle's claims that the state violated the state's public records law when it withheld or delayed release of certain Cover Oregon-related emails from the software company. "Oracle contends that the public records law permits it to litigate how a public agency searches for or maintains documents and that somehow the Governor's office's efforts fall short,"..."/>
Oregon wins big early round against Oracle in Cover Oregon dispute [The Oregonian, Portland, Ore.]
Ameren Missouri for a bill she claims contains hundreds of dollars in back payments from an account set up in her roommate's name about a decade ago. Madison Goldman posted on the Tower Grove South community Facebook page Monday saying her roommate recently called the electric company to ask about an $800 bill he received in his name after only living in their apartment for two months."/>
Tower Grove East woman turns to social media after $800 utility bill stirs suspicions of fraud [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
CoreLogic, a California-based housing data firm that tracks foreclosure data from around the country. CoreLogic's foreclosure rate refers to the percentage of loans that were in some stage of foreclosure."/>
Colorado Springs' foreclosure picture continues to improve [The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)]
Apple, Google, Facebook and many others, think they've got it all figured out. They're getting money, but they don't think they need advice or mentoring."/>
East Bay Times Michelle Quinn column [East Bay Times]
Apple's CEO five years ago, is his own man has been good for Apple and its various stakeholders. In other ways, maybe not so much."/>
East Bay Times Troy Wolverton column [East Bay Times]
HP Inc. on Wednesday reported quarterly sales that were better than expected but still fell almost 4 percent from a year ago, a sign that stability remains uncertain for the company's main personal computer and printing technology businesses. HP said that for its fiscal third quarter, which ended July 31, sales of personal computers were flat from a year ago at $7.5 billion. Printing revenue dropped by 14 percent, to $4.4 billion from $5.2 billion in the third..."/>
HP Inc. sales decline adds to company's post-split concerns [Mercury News]
Alphabet-owned digital video service scored highest with kids ages 6 to 12 for the first time in market research firm's Smarty Pants eighth annual "Brand Love" study. YouTube beat out more traditional kid-friendly brands such as Oreo, Disney and Toys' R' Us, and also bested its online TV counterpart Netflix, which ranked 11th with the young..."/>
For young kids, YouTube beats Disney, Oreo [The San Diego Union-Tribune]
Qualcomm and OSIsoft, which provides real-time, detailed data about energy, water and gas use at the ballpark. On Wednesday, the Padres and tech companies involved held a press conference to talk..."/>
Qualcomm, Padres aim to make Petco smart [The San Diego Union-Tribune]

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